Pakistan revokes agreement with Nighat Dad's NGO over security issues.

ISLAMABAD -- The government of Pakistan on Wednesday revoked the agreement with Digital Rights Foundation (DRF), a foreign-funded NGO owned by Nighat Dad over security clearance issue, media reported.

According to details, the agreement was repealed after the security clearance was taken by the interior ministry. The ministry probed the allegations against the DRF about taking funds from anti-Pakistan elements and after receiving complaints.

The Economic Affairs Division has released a notification in this regard. As per rules and regulations set for the foreign-funded projects, the DRF has to move a new application for working in Pakistan.

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